MIRACLE Diet STOPS Lyme Disease

Dr. Darin Ingels spent months in agony before he realized he’d contracted Lyme disease.

He’d never noticed a tick bite… and it never occurred to him that Lyme was causing his terrible aches and pains.

So Dr. Ingels had two choices…

He could start taking massive doses of dangerous antibiotics.

Or he could cure himself with a powerful diet PROVEN to stop Lyme and lots of other serious diseases.

In just weeks, the diet worked.

And if you or someone you love is suffering from Lyme, it can do the same for you.

The alkaline diet focuses on keeping your body’s acidity (or pH levels) balanced.

You see, as food is digested and absorbed, it releases either acid- or alkaline-forming compounds.

Alkaline compounds are best for our cells.

But, unfortunately, most food in the Western diet creates acidic compounds which promote inflammation and a weakened immune system.

When Dr. Ingels switched to an alkaline diet, not only did his Lyme disease dissipate but he found that it improved his heart health, muscle mass, and immune system.

Within a few months, he was back to his best health. Dr. Ingels reports he’s never felt better!

The alkaline diet is an incredibly healthy way to eat, and it’s like taking jumper cables to your immune system.

So your body is ready to fight any illness that comes your way.

Here’s how you can get started…

Stock up on vegetables and leafy greens like Brussels sprouts, cabbage, celery, kale, garlic, sweet potatoes, and zucchini as well as almonds, cashews, coconut, and legumes – these should make up about 80 percent of your diet.

The other 20 percent should be healthy proteins – chicken, turkey, fish – and fruits.

On the other hand, you’ll need to completely avoid refined grain and sugar, dairy, artificial sweeteners, soy, hydrogenated oil, junk food, alcohol, soda, and coffee.

Dr. Ingels also recommends purchasing pH strips from your local pharmacy so you can test your urine along the way to watch as your alkaline levels change from acidic to base.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health